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100 new jobs with cyber security company Tenable Networks

The jobs will come on stream over the next two years

A global cybersecurity company is set to create 100 new jobs in the local Dublin economy with the grand opening of its new offices in the Dublin Docklands area.

Tenable Network Security®, Inc., is a global leader in cybersecurity. In partnership with Ireland’s Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation through IDA Ireland, the company has today announced the opening of its new international headquarters.

Located in the heart of the Dublin Docklands, Tenable plans to create 100 new jobs over the next two years.

Currrent vacancies for the company's Dublin office include:

  • Automation Developer
  • Automation QA Engineer
  • Cloud Services Engineer/DevOps
  • Customer Success Manager
  • Data Scientist
  • Product Manager
  • Software Engineer
  • User Interface Developer
  • Vulnerability Research Engineer

Details of all current vacancies and career opportunites with Tenable are available here.

Amit Yoran, chairman and CEO of Tenable, with the Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Mary Mitchell O’Connor TD, marked the grand opening with a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the company’s commitment and investment in the local Dublin economy.

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